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RNZ: Media In 2017

From RNZ ‘s Nine to Noon a segment on the media in 2017

https://podcast.radionz.co.nz/downloads/ntn/ntn-20180123-1147-media_commentator_gavin_ellis-128.mp3

This is quite interesting and timely. Looks at Paperboy demise and changes at The Spinoff.

Life is Local: Erm, maybe the NHS is in crisis

Every week, millions of people rely on their local newspapers and websites to keep them informed of what is happening in their area. When seen together, they can paint a picture of life in the UK in a way no other collection of stories can. 581 more words

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MOORE V. WASHINGTON POST: IT IS TIME FOR ROY MOORE TO FULFILL HIS PROMISE AND SUE

Below is my column in USA Today on the last remaining promise for Roy Moore to fulfill from his campaign: his promised defamation lawsuit.  Unless he and his lawyers were using the pledge to sue as a deflection from the merits of the allegations, it is time for Moore to make good on the promise and file.  1,030 more words

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adamsmith1922 reblogged this on The Inquiring Mind and commented:

Prof Turkey looks at the possibility of Roy Moore suing The Washington Post

Gordon McLauchlan on Hate Speech

Whilst Adam regularly reads McLauchlan he often disagrees with what he says. Yet his views are well argued, in the main, and the conclusions reached are understandable, even though Adam would often construe the facts and arguments differently. 234 more words

The changing role of media insight teams

This month I was asked to guest lecture to the MBA students at Henley Business School. I asked fellow media research freelancer, Ozoda Muminova, to co-lecture with me. 981 more words

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Old fart story haunts former Trinity Mirror journalist...should Birmingham Mail split print and web content? Meanwhile, editorial executives get steamed up over bored journalists in editorial conferences...

So, the conversation turned without premeditation to passing wind, or farts (sorry…). It had been this moment, when this most talented of journalists had decided to quit the profession. 1,160 more words

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